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www.columbusohiokarate.com Metro Martial Arts & Fitness promotes 16 kids to black belt.Video Rating: 1 / 5
Tags: 2009, Belt, Black, Columbus, EXAM, Karate, Kids, October, Ohio
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I don’t understand why they already had the certificates printed and belts bought before the kids even tested.You’re right, some teachers now a days are in it for the money not the teaching.
sorry…..no black belts there……just some kids with no clue about martial arts.not good for them. The black belt is more than just a piece of clothing but in this dojo or McDojo….the black belt is used only to hold the pants.Very disappointing that the level dropped so much. Seems that everything is about the money….shame.
this is some form of karate they were doing a very bad form of the kata heian yodan. and they call themselves blackbelts. lameeeeeee. history of a mcdojo.
i know these kids are young but if they are going for their black belts they should at least be hitting their target :34 … just saying..
I think its tae kwon do. i have been a student of shotokan for 18 years and have friends who have dont tae kwon do for just as long. I have looked at a few the videos on here, some good ones, but i just dont like the promotion tactics used.
Actually, I was asking for the name of the style (ex: Shotokan, Shitoryu, Wadoryu, Gojuryu, Koeikan, Kyokushin, etc.), but I think I get your point.
the style that prints the certificate and buys the belt before the test is taken. Does anyone not pass?
Which style of karate is this?
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